Pierre Gustave Toutant de Beauregard Jr. is the youngest son of the eponymous Confederate general. Many high government positions in the Confederacy are often held by relatives of famous Civil War icons; this is a result of the pervasive powers given to members of the Southern Aristocracy.
PGT Beauregard Jr. himself was appointed as a diplomat purely based on his name, but soon proved himself to be very talented. He quickly moved up the ladder to become the Confederate’s primary Ambassador. He is a diehard loyalist.
Beauregard strides in, possessing a noticeable accent. “Yessir, on behalf of my govunmint, I do ask ta speak with the President. The Empire of Mexico is presently fighting oft rebels who dare to demand we return our Southern Territories which we so rightfully won in them’s Civil War. We must know how the govunmint of your fine Republic feels on this matter shoud this renewed fighting force intervention.”